bromine test

bromine test

[′brō‚mēn ‚test]
(chemical engineering)
A laboratory test in which the unsaturated hydrocarbons present in a crude oil are determined by mixing a sample with bromine; the lower the rate of bromine absorption, the more paraffinic the test sample.
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